Pampling rushes tee shot 'for the boys'

Pampling rushes tee shot 'for the boys'

Pampling rushes tee shot 'for the boys'

But the rule with this type of suspension of play is a group can finish out the hole it's playing on once the horn blows.

Over on 18, Dustin Johnson followed suit, albeit a little less dramatically.

Day threw his arm around the neck of world number one Johnson and laughed in glee as they rushed down the fairway.

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"I had to give him a hug for it". On 17, with the threat of the horn looming, Johnson agreed to rush ahead of the group to get a tee shot off on 18. And DJ is like, 'I'll do it'.

"We were walking up, and we were talking about if we could get a tee shot on 18, we could finish the round", Day said, according to GolfDigest. Obviously, to be able to finish and not have to wake up at 5:30am, get some rest, because it is hot out there and it does take it out of you, even though you are waking up early, you don't feel like it did, but it really does.

Rod Pampling produced one of the most weird tee shots ever seen in a major as he just managed to complete his second round at the PGA Championship.

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"That was the best thing I did all day", Pampling quipped. The Australian raced to the tee and took a wild swipe at the ball, slashing it left into trees in order to beat the horn.

Pampling had some fun giving his playing partners Thomas Pieters and Xander Schauffele, who were both likely to miss the cut as well, the choice to finish their rounds by channeling famous movie character Happy Gilmore for his approach to the swing.

All three players finished with a double bogey on the hole.

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